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In an urgent application before the Mthatha High Court, the villagers describe in detail their plight of sharing drinking water with roaming animals. Photo: Archive
In an urgent application before the Mthatha High Court, the villagers describe in detail their plight of sharing drinking water with roaming animals. Photo: Archive

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Desperate villagers in the Eastern Cape have taken the department of water and sanitation to court to force it to provide their communities with water. 

In an urgent application before the Mthatha High Court, the villagers describe in detail their plight of sharing drinking water with roaming animals. 

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